Development projects that integrate investments in rural indigenous people, youth and women with measures to adapt to climate change are more likely to be successful in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a new report launched today by IFAD.
Recipes for Change: Ema Datshi & Millet Momos from BhutanIn this episode of Recipes for Change, Italian celebrity chef, Carlo Cracco, is in Bhutan to find out how farmers are rediscovering traditional crops that can help them mitigate the impact that climate change is having on their staple cultivations.
Enabling farming families to fight climate change: the key to survivalIFAD has adapted its development strategies for Viet Nam from focusing on boosting agricultural production to commercialisation and sustainability of the smallholder dominated agricultural sector.Tags: CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT
Research and data
2019 Rural Development Report
IFAD’s RDR 2019 finds that this enormous rural youth population can pay a rich dividend in terms of social and economic growth – but only if they are given the right opportunities.